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Downtown Dayton: 80 percent of property is exempt from taxes
 Building projects in Dayton have brought construction jobs and new looks to the cityscape, but many haven’t delivered one thing the city and the school district desperately need: property tax revenue. Forty-one percent of all the assessed property value in the city of Dayton — a whopping $2.6 billion — is exempt from paying...

11:14 PM Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Building projects in Dayton have brought construction jobs and new looks to the cityscape, but many haven’t delivered one thing the city and the school district desperately need: property tax revenue. Forty-one percent of all the assessed property value in the city of Dayton — a whopping $2.6 billion — is exempt from paying...
Beavercreek bike bridge opens
Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675.

10:16 PM Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675.
Beavercreek-Fairborn bike bridge opens over I-675
 Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675. The $3.5 million Wright State Way bridge just west of the North Fairfield Road bridge will provide “a safe, convenient...

10:07 PM Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675. The $3.5 million Wright State Way bridge just west of the North Fairfield Road bridge will provide “a safe, convenient...
Beavercreek bike bridge opens
 Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675. The new $3.5 million pedestrian bridge in Beavercreek opened Friday, Aug. 28. LISA POWELL / STAFF The $3.5 million bridge just...

12:00 AM Friday, Aug. 28, 2015

Nearly 300 people, including many local officials and more than 50 bicyclists, showed up in Beavercreek on Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited bike and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 675. The new $3.5 million pedestrian bridge in Beavercreek opened Friday, Aug. 28. LISA POWELL / STAFF The $3.5 million bridge just...
Dayton volunteers put free lights on bikes
Bike Miami Valley member installs free front and read headlights on a bike. Ten Bike Miami Valley volunteers and staff, seven Dayton Police officers and a FiveRivers MetroParks ranger fanned out across downtown Dayton on Wednesday evening to put lights on bike for people who needed them.

10:02 PM Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

Bike Miami Valley member installs free front and read headlights on a bike. Ten Bike Miami Valley volunteers and staff, seven Dayton Police officers and a FiveRivers MetroParks ranger fanned out across downtown Dayton on Wednesday evening to put lights on bike for people who needed them.
Dayton volunteers put free lights on bikes
 Bike Miami Valley member installs free front and read headlights on a bike. Ten Bike Miami Valley volunteers and staff, seven Dayton Police officers and a FiveRivers MetroParks ranger fanned out across downtown Dayton on Wednesday evening to put lights on bike for people who needed them. Josiah James installs free lights in the Downtown Dayton...

12:00 AM Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015

Bike Miami Valley member installs free front and read headlights on a bike. Ten Bike Miami Valley volunteers and staff, seven Dayton Police officers and a FiveRivers MetroParks ranger fanned out across downtown Dayton on Wednesday evening to put lights on bike for people who needed them. Josiah James installs free lights in the Downtown Dayton...
Three new Dayton organizations awarded bicycle friendly business status
 The League of American Bicyclists today announced that three Dayton organizations were among the 100 nationwide that have achieved Bicycle Friendly Business status. The league now has more than 1,000 Bicycle Friendly Businesses, Ohio has 24, and the Miami Valley now has six. Bike Miami Valley, incredibly, got gold status — the second-highest...

7:39 PM Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015

The League of American Bicyclists today announced that three Dayton organizations were among the 100 nationwide that have achieved Bicycle Friendly Business status. The league now has more than 1,000 Bicycle Friendly Businesses, Ohio has 24, and the Miami Valley now has six. Bike Miami Valley, incredibly, got gold status — the second-highest...
3 new Dayton organizations awarded bicycle friendly business status
 The League of American Bicyclists today announced that three Dayton organizations were among the 100 nationwide that have achieved Bicycle Friendly Business status. The league now has more than 1,000 Bicycle Friendly Businesses, Ohio has 24, and the Miami Valley now has six. Bike Miami Valley, incredibly, got gold status — the second-highest...

12:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015

The League of American Bicyclists today announced that three Dayton organizations were among the 100 nationwide that have achieved Bicycle Friendly Business status. The league now has more than 1,000 Bicycle Friendly Businesses, Ohio has 24, and the Miami Valley now has six. Bike Miami Valley, incredibly, got gold status — the second-highest...
Dayton Cycling Club’s ride to show off region’s bike trails, quiet country roads
 Bike riders will get a chance on Sunday, Aug. 30, to explore the bike trails and country roads north of Dayton in this year’s edition of the Dayton Cycling Club’s Wright Wride. This year’s 44th-annual ride will feature Sunday route options of 30 miles (all on bike paths), along with 52-, 63- and 100-mile loops that will...

12:00 AM Friday, Aug. 14, 2015

Bike riders will get a chance on Sunday, Aug. 30, to explore the bike trails and country roads north of Dayton in this year’s edition of the Dayton Cycling Club’s Wright Wride. This year’s 44th-annual ride will feature Sunday route options of 30 miles (all on bike paths), along with 52-, 63- and 100-mile loops that will...
Club’s ride to show off Dayton bike trails, quiet country roads
 Bike riders will get a chance on Sunday, Aug. 30, to explore the bike trails and country roads north of Dayton in this year’s edition of the Dayton Cycling Club’s Wright Wride. This year’s 44th-annual ride will feature Sunday route options of 30 miles (all on bike paths), along with 52-, 63- and 100-mile loops that will...

12:00 AM Friday, Aug. 14, 2015

Bike riders will get a chance on Sunday, Aug. 30, to explore the bike trails and country roads north of Dayton in this year’s edition of the Dayton Cycling Club’s Wright Wride. This year’s 44th-annual ride will feature Sunday route options of 30 miles (all on bike paths), along with 52-, 63- and 100-mile loops that will...
Classes next week teach how to ride on the road

12:00 AM Thursday, Aug. 06, 2015

Want to learn how to be more comfortable riding a bike on the street? If so, you’re in luck. Randy Ryberg of Five Rivers MetroParks will be teaching two Smart Cycling classes next week to give you the knowledge and confidence to ride wherever you want. “We have such an extensive trail network that people are very comfortable riding...
12-hour standoff end peacefully

10:35 PM Saturday, Aug. 01, 2015

A Springfield man peacefully surrendered to police Saturday afternoon after a more than 12-hour standoff at his home at 1204 Mound St. Springfield Police Chief Stephen P. Moody said officers were dispatched to the scene shortly before 2:30 a.m. on reports of shots fired. When the officers arrived, they confronted a man, who police have not...
It takes an army to build a bike lane
John Heller/Post-GazetteCyclist travels the new 2-way bike lanes along Panther Hollow Road crossing into Schenley Park in Oakland.

8:22 PM Friday, Jul. 31, 2015

John Heller/Post-GazetteCyclist travels the new 2-way bike lanes along Panther Hollow Road crossing into Schenley Park in Oakland.
A glance at policing on Ohio’s college campuses
 Universities and local law enforcement are required by the federal Clery Act to report alleged crimes, along with arrests and disciplinary actions that occur on campus every year. Here are the figures, compiled from three years of data for the 2011 through 2013 calendar years. Comparisons among colleges and universities using Clery Act data...

3:49 PM Friday, Jul. 31, 2015

Universities and local law enforcement are required by the federal Clery Act to report alleged crimes, along with arrests and disciplinary actions that occur on campus every year. Here are the figures, compiled from three years of data for the 2011 through 2013 calendar years. Comparisons among colleges and universities using Clery Act data...
It takes an army to build a bike lane
 If you want to change things, you need allies. And when Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto came to town at the end of May, he bragged about one of his biggest allies – the city’s bike and pedestrian advocacy group, Bike Pittsburgh. (It’s Bike Miami Valley’s older cousin to the east.) The group, Peduto said, has helped him...

12:00 AM Friday, Jul. 31, 2015

If you want to change things, you need allies. And when Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto came to town at the end of May, he bragged about one of his biggest allies – the city’s bike and pedestrian advocacy group, Bike Pittsburgh. (It’s Bike Miami Valley’s older cousin to the east.) The group, Peduto said, has helped him...
No changes planned for policing area campuses
 Area universities have no plans to change how they police their campuses as the University of Cincinnati looks to scale back its role and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters argues campus cops should turn in their badges. “I just don’t think a university should be in the policing business,” he said at a press conference...

10:40 PM Thursday, Jul. 30, 2015

Area universities have no plans to change how they police their campuses as the University of Cincinnati looks to scale back its role and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters argues campus cops should turn in their badges. “I just don’t think a university should be in the policing business,” he said at a press conference...
Tax rates fall, but recovery still lags
 With the latest cuts to personal income taxes in the newly minted $131 billion state budget, Ohio will have sliced its top tax rate by one third since 2004. That leaves more money in everyone’s bank account, but critics wonder why the promised benefits that were supposed to result from the cuts never materialized. In the 10 years since...

9:00 PM Saturday, Jul. 11, 2015

With the latest cuts to personal income taxes in the newly minted $131 billion state budget, Ohio will have sliced its top tax rate by one third since 2004. That leaves more money in everyone’s bank account, but critics wonder why the promised benefits that were supposed to result from the cuts never materialized. In the 10 years since...
Major Taylor ride rolls out Saturday morning
If you’re looking for a place to ride Saturday morning, head down to Welcome Stadium for the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton’s Signature Ride.

10:02 PM Thursday, Jul. 09, 2015

If you’re looking for a place to ride Saturday morning, head down to Welcome Stadium for the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton’s Signature Ride.
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